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All Mobile Celeron Models
Author: Rafael Coelho 41,971 views
Type: Tutorials Last Updated: July 28, 2010
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Introduction

Since the launch of Pentium II, each top-shelf Intel CPU series has its value counterpart named Celeron. In this tutorial, you can check the characteristics of every mobile Celeron released to date.

By the way, if you want a list of the desktop Celeron models, check out our All Celeron Models tutorial.

Mobile models, however, are not idhentical to the desktop ones.

Early Mobile Celeron models (based on Pentium II and Pentium III architecture) were very similar to the desktop ones, but with lower voltage, thus consuming less power and dissipating less heat. The following models were based on Pentium M, Core Solo or Core Duo, always features like L2 memory cache, external bus speed and internal clock rate reduced in comparison to their desktop counterparts. The official name of these models is Celeron M. Note there were no desktop Celeron models base on this architecture.

The most recent models are based on Core 2 Duo and Core i3 architectures, some of them with two processing cores, some with only one. There are ultra low voltage models, focusing on low power consuption, and others with higher voltage and clock rates, aimed on laptops with higher performance (but still on the value segment). These models are named Mobile Celeron.

In the next pages you can have an idea of all mobile Celeron models launched to date and their characteristics.

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